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  06 June 2013
there are two ways to use .net forms objects in mxs rollout:
# use dotnetcontrols
# use one dotnetcontrol (let's say UserControl) and add all other .net controls as its children

what is better?
where is a difference?
does one method make any advantage against another?
  06 June 2013
I don't know what is better because I never used UserControl method.
But the first method has some annoying downsides: dotnet gui elements don't have the same behavior when they are embedded in a max rollout, especially the text editing part.
Escape and Enter keys are not handled by the keyborad handlers. A few topics talk about that in the forum. It needs some hook tp get them working right.
  06 June 2013

also for first methde: there are another problem, when youre using loadassembly , sometimes it doesnt work Correctly as dotnetControl, but if Im using 2nd metdhods it working....sometimes while ago, Im use assembly vista control,split button, when Im using it as dotnetcontrol button everything work correctly as I push the button but when it came to dropdown button where it using contextmenu it doesnt work and causing error everytime I leave those control after open , but when Im using second method I have meet no problem at all.

Bassicly using dotnetcontrol as children almost the same as using form in maxscript.

Last edited by fajar : 06 June 2013 at 01:10 AM.
  06 June 2013
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